the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, issued a powerful speech on Thursday (September 07), emphasizing the tenacity of Sanatana Dharma, a phrase commonly used to refer to Hinduism in its eternal and unchanging form.
He claimed that numerous historical assaults on this old faith had failed to cause lasting damage and that it would stay resilient to the goals of power-hungry persons he referred to as "parasitic creatures."
Adityanath's words came in response to a recent issue sparked by DMK politician Udhayanidhi Stalin, who was accused of anti-remarks.
Without the name Stalin, Adityanath refuted the notion that Sanatana Dharma was anti-equality and social justice ideals.
He compared such charges to attempts to destabilize mankind itself.
The Chief Minister praised Sanatana Dharma as a source of energy comparable to the Sun, claiming that only a fool would dare to disobey it, as the consequences would inevitably haunt him.
He also used the occasion to mock opposition parties, implying that their descendants would bear the humiliation of their actions.
Adityanath urged people to be proud of India's rich traditions, citing the ongoing construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya as evidence of its commitment to maintaining its cultural history.
drew comparisons with historical personalities such as Ravana, Hiranyakashyap, and Kansa, who had questioned divine authority and the sanctity of Sanatana Dharma, emphasizing that all had met their demise in their evil endeavors.
He reiterated that Sanatana Dharma was an eternal truth that could not be destroyed or weakened.
Yogi Adityanath expressed his warmest wishes to the people on the occasion of Shri Krishna Janmashtami, emphasizing Lord Krishna's position as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, whose mission was to create religion, truth, and justice.
Yogi Adityanath used historical and philosophical analogies in his impassioned speech to defend the integrity and endurance of , emphasizing its tenacity in the face of past adversities and its continuing significance in contemporary India.
His statements demonstrate a dedication to preserving India's cultural history and the values it embodies.